Page updated: Dec. 31, 2014
Corridor Master Plan
Surface Transportation Board (STB) Ruling Denies Ballard Terminal's Request to Reactivate Rail Service - News Release
STB Ruling (12/30/14)
All Things Cross Kirkland Corridor Monthly Updates
Help Plan the Opening Celebration of the Interim Trail
Brown Bag, Jan. 26, 12 pm, City Hall
Construction of Interim Trail Underway
See construction closure map
Nytec proposes garden on CKC (PDF 3mb)
Google campus expansion by SRM Development.
SRM's CKC Detour Map (In effect Dec. 29, 2014 to May 31, 2015 - 215k)
December 2014 Update
City approves multimillion dollar agreement that nets public improvements with Google expansion project
(City & SRM Improvements - map)(PDF 17mb)
SRM's proposed public improvements to the CKC- October 2014 (PDF 2831k)
SRM's proposed pedestrian bridge over the CKC (PDF 315k)
Approved CKC Master Plan
(as of June 17, 2014)
King County Eastside Rail Corridor Region Advisory Council
Next meeting: 28, 2015, 2-4 pm, King Street Ctr.
"Creating Connections" Recommendations Report
CKC Access Map
[PDF 3.41 MB]
Cross Kirkland Corridor - Connecting It All Brochure
(December 2014) [PDF 3 MB]
Kari Page, CKC Coordinator
Public Works Department
123 5th Ave.
Kirkland WA, 98033
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Transformation of the Cross Kirkland Corridor: In mid-July 2014, construction of the Interim Trail
began. The contractor is installing all-weather crushed gravel surface for the full 5.75 miles and improving street crossings with paving and rapid flashing beacons. Construction is scheduled to be complete in December.
In late August 2013, work began to remove and salvage the rail and other materials along the Corridor. This work was completed in late October 2013 making way for the construction of the Interim Trail
. The community celebrated the transformation of the corridor on Sunday, October 27, 2013 with a community walk. A groundbreaking event was held on June 28, 2014 to celebrate the kick off of construction of the Interim Trail.
Connectivity to schools, parks, businesses and neighborhoods. Multi-modal transportation opportunities. A recreation and business corridor that reflects Kirkland’s commitment to balanced transportation, economic development, and parks, open spaces and recreational services. The City’s vision for the Cross Kirkland Corridor
is fast becoming a reality. Kirkland is one of the region’s most livable communities with its desirable blend of work and leisure. A commitment to a healthy environment and healthy lifestyle with opportunities to work close to home, school, and services, makes Kirkland attractive to those who create businesses here, those who live here, and those who are visiting. The Kirkland community has long recognized the importance of this corridor and its potential as a world-class, world-famous, example of sustainability and livability.